CAP Services’ Jason Rickstad demonstrates the new accessibility lift at CAP’s Hoover Road location. Installation of the lift, along with the building purchase and other improvements, has been funded in part through CAP’s capital campaign, which looks to reach its $300,000 goal with the help of a $10,000 matching grant from Delta Dental of Wisconsin.

CAP Services is entering the home stretch of a $300,000 capital campaign for its new 2900 Hoover Road location in Stevens Point. CAP relocated several offices there in June 2017 and has raised over $240,000 of its goal.

Delta Dental of Wisconsin accounts for $50,000 of the total raised so far and has pledged an additional $10,000 matching gift to help CAP achieve its fundraising goal. Delta Dental, a longtime funding partner with CAP and St. Michael’s Foundation on the Ascension (formerly Ministry) Dental Center, will match $1 for every $2 raised from now through August 15th. To make a tax-deductible gift, visit and select the Capital Campaign Fund as your designated fund.

“Delta Dental is a strong partner for CAP and the community,” said CAP President and CEO Mary Patoka. “We are grateful for their commitment to dental health and to philanthropy. We have seen first hand the difference their mission makes in the lives of those we serve.”

CAP’s Hoover Road location houses the corporate and early childhood education administrative staff previously located on Highway 10 East, as well as business and auto lending staff previously located at CAP’s Program Office on West River Drive. The cost of the building was paid through the sale of property and the capital campaign.

Major capital campaign donors include Delta Dental of Wisconsin; Victor and Christine Anthony; Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corp.; Seramur Family Foundation; Scaffidi Motors; Theda & Tamblin Clark Smith Family Foundation; Mary and Bob Berard; Edward J. Okray Foundation; Peters Family Foundation; Simplicity Credit Union; Worth Company; Mary Patoka and Dave Onan; Pointe Precision; Skyward; Kwik Trip; Ellis Construction Company; Wisconsin Public Service Foundation; Antioch Foundation; Ann and Bob Shannon; Patty and John Noel; John Gusmer; Marshfield Clinic Health Systems; Associated Bank; Investors Community Bank; Brett and Darcy Jarman; Bull’s Eye Credit Union; Steel King Industries; Marg Coker-Nelson; Krause Foundation; River Cities Bank; Laura West; and International Bank of Amherst.

Jeff and Joan Budelier; Deb and Marc Wolding; Bushman Electric Crane & Sign; and Resource One Installation & Service made significant in-kind donations to support the move to the building, new equipment and other needs.

CAP Services, Inc. is a private, nonprofit community action agency that has been advancing social and economic justice for people and communities in Marquette, Outagamie, Portage, Waupaca and Waushara counties since 1966.

In 2017, CAP programs reached nearly 2,700 households with over 9,500 members. Those services resulted in people getting better jobs; securing more reliable transportation to get to work; accessing affordable housing; starting and expanding businesses; finding safe shelter and emotional support; strengthening their families and so much more.